The best of Algarve business at BLiP this weekend!

Top prizes at the Resident Group stand

Once again The Resident Group will be at the BLiP exhibition allowing readers to meet with the team behind, among numerous publications, the Algarve Resident, Algarve Goodlife Magazine and the Algarve Golf & Property Magazine.

Visit The Resident Group, at stand 155, and be in with a chance of winning some fabulous prizes from some of the best-known businesses in the region.

There is something for everyone in The Resident Group free prize draw. For motorsports lovers Parkalgar has donated two track days at the Algarve Motor Park while for golfers Castro Marim Golfe has offered a round of golf for four with buggy, as has Boavista Golf on the other side of the Algarve near Lagos. 

Meanwhile, for younger golfers there are junior golf clubs, weekly golf lessons and embroidered polo shirts donated by Balaia Golf Village in Albufeira.

Why not enter the competition for a spot of pampering?  For a relaxing experience, Vila Sol has donated a massage for two at their resort near Vilamoura or for a longer break why not enter to win a two-night stay at the luxurious Vila Domilu?

Try out a new look at Victor Picado hairdressers using the 50 Euro voucher donated by the prestigious salon or travel in style to and from the airport with a transfer from VIP Chauffeurs for up to eight people.

If you are looking for a great meal out, why not enter the draw to win a meal for four at Aquarelle or a jazz lunch for two at the Fortaleza da Luz? If you would rather stay in, you could be enjoying a special Cliff Richard birthday box of wines from the Adega do Cantor, accompanied by shopping bought at Intermarché with a 150 Euro voucher.


Meanwhile, don’t forget that you can also SAY NO TO TOLLS on our Stand by signing the online petition against the move with the help of members of our team.

Visit Royal British Legion stand at BLiP

The Royal British Legion is delighted to be attending this year’s Better Living in Portugal exhibition, where once again members old and new will be welcomed.

Next year The Royal British Legion celebrates its 90th anniversary. The association is most readily recognised through its iconic use of the poppy as a symbol of remembrance of those who have fallen in combat in the wars since the beginning of the last century.

For many, the wearing of a poppy in November is also a timely reminder of those who are still involved in active duty in the pursuit of peace and a better life for so many.

But Poppy Day is just one of the activities in which The Royal British Legion is involved. Their involvement in welfare work is renowned and they have good social activities here in the Algarve.

This year the Portugal Branch’s membership target is 400, and so far the branch has been incredibly successful. But there is still 20% of the target to be achieved. Membership is open to anyone, male or female.

So please visit The Royal British Legion Stand 151 and find out how easy it is to become a member.